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Good Beer Hunting

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GBH is not a voice speaking only from the outside looking in, but rather, from the middle of some of the most rapidly changing dynamics that any U.S. industry has ever seen. The interviews go deeper and the articles work harder to balance the culture of craft beer with the businesses it supports, shifting the conversation with our readers toward the future of the industry we love and the tenacity of its ideals.

Customer Reviews

On the Fence with Good Beer Hunting....

Good Beer Hunting is well produced and quite informative. BUT BUT BUT..... the host/interviewer, Michael Kiser can come off as somewhat pretentious and rude. The most glaring example was the recent interview with Boston Beer's Jim Koch. Absoultely Jim Koch can be a hand full during an interview. But regardless, listen to the interview and it will be rather apparent. Kiser rarely acted this way a couple years ago, but seems to be heading in a different direction.

Another small annoyance is Kiser's constant interuptions of his guests. Yes, the interviewer needs to be in control and keep the Podcast moving in a streamlined direction as much as possible. But again, it comes off as though Kiser always needs to let the listeners and guests understand he's as knowledgable as anyone in the industry. When you're constantly interupting and finishing the sentences/thoughts of your guests, it just comes off a little pretentious.

There is a huge difference between interviewing skills/confidence and being arrogant!

Overall, if Kiser's interviewing intricacies don't bother you, then Good Beer Hunting is a solid beer industry podcast.

Smartest Beer Podcast

Even though this podcast is Chicago based, it is a fantastic resource for anyone interested in learning more about the beer industry without all the hype. I look forward to every episode, even those in which the beer is not available in California. This is a people, industry and lifestyle show that just happens to focus on beer. Love it!

Not a fan...

Michael spends too much time ingraciating himself with his guests who are either "lifelong friends" or have had a "profound" impact on his life. Oh stop it. Although I enjoy the interviews his constant kissing up to his guests (discussing their children, marriages, etc...) turns me off . A little too pretentious for my tastes. Switching to The Beer Temple Insiders from now on.

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  • Language: English

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